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US Attorney General: We Work well with Bulgaria

Excellent bilateral dialogue, strategic partnership in a number of areas, intensive relations at all levels in the administration and in the political spectrum, as well as bilateral relations in the field of international legal cooperation - these were only some of the topics discussed at a meeting between the Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva and US Chief Prosecutor and Justice Ministe

Balkan States Spy Golden Opportunity in Passport Sales

In November 2018, the Moldovan authorities launched an ambitious pitch to sell passports in the UAE.

On March 22 this year, meanwhile, the Secretary of State at the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure, Vitalie Iurcu, launched a similar presentation in Hong Kong for Far Eastern audiences.

It was held under the slogan: "Moldova, the newest pearl of Europe."

Greek opposition calls for explanations into Petsitis affair

Greece's conservative opposition Monday requested that the head of the country's anti-money laundering authority, Anna Zairi, appear before the Parliament's Institutions and Transparency Committee to respond to questions about the alleged scandal involving government aide Manolis Petsitis, as well as the reported dismissal of a senior official investigating the case.

It will no Longer be Possible to Buy Bulgarian Passport with Investments

After a series of scandals involving granted Bulgarian citizenship to businessmen sought out by various anti-criminal agencies around the world, the justice ministry proposes changes to the Bulgarian Citizenship Act. It eliminates the possibility of taking a passport against investments.

MEP Laurentiu Rebega, prosecuted for incitement to defraud with European funds and money laundering

MEP Laurentiu Rebega, at the time of the deeds Vice-President of the Prahova County Council, was prosecuted by the anti-corruption prosecutors in a case in which he is accused, among other things, of incitement to defraud with European funds and money laundering, the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) informs on Thursday.

The Creators of the Bulgarian Cryptocurrency OneCoin are Accused of Fraud Worth Billions of Dollars

The Manhattan Prosecutor's Office announced today that it has charged two Bulgarians, the founders of OneCoin. They are suspected of organizing a billion-dollar financial pyramid and selling cryptocurrency for fraud, BTA reported.

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